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Actor and reality television star Steven Seagal and Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio have been accused of killing the dog Jesus Llovera, a man suspected of organizing a string cock fights in the county, on March 9. According to Yahoo Llovera’s home was raided by several officers and a SWAT team on an episode of Seagal’s A&E reality television show Steven Seagal Lawman. According to ABC Llovera’s has not does not feel that Seagal has any direct fault in the death of the dog, but he wants Seagal to formally apologize for the role he played in the death and the destruction of his property. Seagal, famous for his action movies such Marked for Death and Hard to Kill is understandably outraged by Llovera’s claims that his presence at the raid warrants an apology for the subsequent property damage and the death of his dog. No evidence has yet been presented to support the claim that the officers at the raid actually murdered the dog according to < a href= http://abclocal.go.com/kgo/story?section=news/entertainment&id=8340373> ABC. The lack of evidence has not stopped Llovera’s from seeking $25,000 in damages and emotional distress from the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office.